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Poster: Samizdat Date: Aug 15, 2009 6:25pm
Forum: etree Subject: Lossless Web Player

The LMA now has a LWP (Lossless Web Player) -- click on the image below, scroll down to the "Notes" section, and follow instructions. Note: this player was tested in Vista Home Premium with both Mozilla Firefox 3.5.2 and VLC media player version 1.0.1 Goldeneye installed on the test machine. (Be sure, during VLC installation, that you tick the ActiveX and the Mozilla plugin boxes). Also note not all control button icons work at this time, and not all options work at this time. (See the Blasphemous Creation page's "Notes" section for more on buttons).

At posting time the player did not work with Internet Explorer. If you can achieve better results, muchos kudos. And if you do so using Vista Home Premium, kindly post how here!


This post was modified by Samizdat on 2009-08-16 01:25:23

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Poster: Retrospec Records Date: Mar 15, 2015 5:48pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: Lossless Web Player

Yea Thanks Samizdat, works fine for WAVs in VLC or even a new tab in the browser (not IE).
Can't get VLC to stream the FLAC or OGA m3u yet tho, don't know why??


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Poster: Arrond_Wolf Date: Aug 11, 2009 10:16pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: Lossless Web Player

I knew this would come about eventually...
I messed around w/streaming FLAC files in various media players... one being VLC, but when I created a playlist with Foobar 2000 it worked flawlessly (bandwidth taken into consideration - I was streaming it from a near T1 speed business fiber optic>RG-6 coxial cable connection).

Here is were I got Foobar 2000 to stream the fileset after adding it to a playlist file and uploading it.

this is the HTTP file source for the .m3u playlist with the FLAC files encoded

N E way... Rad work. I knew it was only a matter of time.

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Poster: Retrospec Records Date: Mar 9, 2015 5:11am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: Lossless Web Player

Hi Samizdat, thanks for this truly wonderful U-Melt set in glorious flac. All these years later and i'm trying to follow in your footsteps - discovered i can stream 44x16 WAVs via VLC but cannot get my head round streaming FLACs. VLC just will not!
Please excuse my ignorant newbness, but what is the trick to getting the player to play WAVs or FLACs and Not the derived mp3s? Do i just make an m3u playlist and upload it with my music files?
Yours sincerely in music. Baz